- Low-Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC)
- Multifamily Supportive Housing
- Non-Profit Predevelopment Loan Program
- Other Financing Programs
- Underwriting and Development Policies
- Design and Construction
- Developer Financing
2022-2023 Multifamily Housing Virtual Tour
What We Do
One of the key roles of New Hampshire Housing is to stimulate and support the availability of multifamily housing throughout the state. Our Multifamily Housing Division manages the financing of new multifamily rental unit construction. It also refinances and recapitalizes existing properties to preserve affordable housing units.
Developers apply for funds to construct or rehabilitate affordable multifamily rental housing. Our programs address affordable and workforce housing needs, as well as supportive housing (e.g., transitional housing, housing for veterans, persons with substance use disorders, and women/children in crisis). NH Housing manages a number of multifamily financing programs that can be used together to make affordable housing possible.
An important financing tool for multifamily housing is the federal Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Program (LIHTC), which leverages investment in housing development. As the state’s LIHTC Allocating Agency, NH Housing reviews developer’s proposed projects and allocates tax credit based on a scoring system outlined in the state’s Qualified Allocation Plan. Developers finance project construction by using their tax credit allocation to leverage private equity investment in the properties. Learn more.
Tax-Exempt Bond and 4% Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Notice of Funding Opportunity Information
New Hampshire Housing will host a virtual listening session on Thursday, August 17, 2023, at 1:30 PM to solicit feedback on the New Hampshire Housing Tax-Exempt Bond and 4% LIHTC Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO).
Director, Multifamily Resources & Planning
Director, Multifamily Development and Finance
Director, Multifamily Origination & Business Development
Senior Construction Analyst
Photo: Monahan Manor (site of the former Bronstein apartments) in Nashua will provide 216 affordable workforce apartments; financing provided by New Hampshire Housing.